Jonathan Alvarez

Oklahoma Sooners #68 - Guard

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 316
  • Seasons: FR

Oklahoma vs. Kansas: Game Preview, Storylines and Predictions

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The Sooners look to bounce back against Kansas after surviving Bedlam last weekend.

Hot Links: Murray making the most of his season, Alvarez retires from football, and more

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Murray, who was named a semifinalist fro the Davey O’Brien Award, sometimes looks even better than his predecessor.

Hot Links: Kyler Murray named Maxwell Award Player of the Week

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Also, the combo of Kyler Murray and Marquise Brown is deadly.

Hot Links: Baker Mayfield and Bob Wylie shine on “Hard Knocks”

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Baker Mayfield continues to endear himself to his teammates and fan base.

Hot Links: Life after Baker Mayfield

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Also, the latest Vegas odds have Oklahoma at 20/1 to win the national championship in 2018.

Projecting OU’s depth chart for the season opener against FAU

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We’re still 29 days away from the season opener against FAU, and talking season is in full swing.

Hot Links: Sooners included on watch lists, Kiffin talks OU, and more!

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Also, Last Chance U (featuring OU offensive lineman Tramonda Moore) is live!

Countdown to Kickoff: 66 Days! | The Legacy of Jim Mackenzie

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Although he only coached one season prior to his passing, Jim Mackenzie laid the foundation for another run of dominance at Oklahoma.

Even without Mayfield, Oklahoma is your clear Big 12 favorite

Lincoln Riley’s Sooners still have more proven pieces than just about anyone and a very doable path back to the CFP.

Maine grad transfer PG Aaron Calixte reportedly visiting Oklahoma next month

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The Oklahoma target averaged nearly 17 PPG and was the lone bright spot on a bad Maine team in 2017-18.

Creed Humphrey’s impact on the Oklahoma offense could be enormous

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Creed Humphrey has the potential to be the best run-blocking center Oklahoma has had in quite some time.

A look at Oklahoma’s biggest position battles of spring practice

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The competition between Kyler Murray and Austin Kendall isn’t the only thing to keep an eye on this spring.